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Driving up local charity funds

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Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs.

Kaiser Chiefs predict a great new music festival in Dalkeith

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A train pulling into Newtongrange Train Station.

Railway extension remains on the table

Transport
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New single for singer Greg

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Remembering your
Newbattle school days

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Disused railway tunnel at Forth Bridge filled in

Transport

Have you been thinking of flying solo?

News
The parents and tots group at The Link in Loanhead

Vote to help the community

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The cycleway at Wester Auchendinny Bridge has now reopened.

Cycle path re-opens to the public

News
Dalkeith in action earlier this year (picture: Colin Wright)

St Andrews 1-4 Dalkeith Thistle

Sport
Lasswade man of the match Stephen Hunter (picture: David Hunter)

Whitecraigs 22-24 Lasswade

Sport
Whitehill Welfare players celebrate

Whitehill Welfare 4-2 Gala Fairydean Rovers

Sport
Lumbert Kataleza opens the scoring for Penicuik (picture: Lisa Ferguson)

Broxburn 1-6 Penicuik Athletic

Sport

Camelon 0-0 Bonnyrigg Rose

Sport

Commonwealth Games: Ronnie Duncan is a double gold medallist

Sport

Carnoustie Panmure 0-2 Newtongrange Star

Sport

Kirriemuir Thistle 0-1 Arniston Rangers

Sport
Glasgow 2018 see more top-class sporting action coming to Scotland.

Glasgow 2018 promises 11 days of top sports and cultural activities

Whats on

Midlothian couples wanted for new series of ‘Don’t Tell the Bride’

Whats on
Woodland scene with Natasha Watson in the role of Giselle and Jonathan Barton as Count Albrecht.  (Photo: Ryan James Davies)

Ballet West’s first-time tour of the classic Giselle ou les Wilis

Whats on
Safe and sound...Markus is grateful for Shelter Scotland's support; he is now happy in his own home.

Markus is safe and sound, thanks to Shelter Scotland

Lifestyle
Call to action...rather than celebrating its 50th birthday, Shelter Scotland is planning a 12-month series of events and promotional activities under the banner We're Still Fighting.

Shelter Scotland: we’re still fighting, 50 years later

Lifestyle
That's my girl...Duncan Slater can now enjoy going out for a walk with his daughter Lilly (8), after having both his legs amputated. Despite life-changing injuries, he has no regrets about his RAF service.

Duncan Slater: So proud to be part of the RAF story

Lifestyle